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Alternate Side Parking
The City of Auburn mandates alternate side parking to encourage efficient flow of traffic for law enforcement, medical, and other related entities, as well as provide maximum coverage area for snow plows, street sweepers, and other related city vehicles.

City Ordinance
ยง~285-13 Alternate parking.
[Amended~5-27-1993~by~Ord. No. 12-1993;~8-19-1993~by~Ord. No. 21-1993;~2-3-1994~by~Ord. No. 7-1994;~12-12-1996~by~Ord. No. 38-1996;~6-12-1997~by~Ord. No. 19-1997;~7-10-2003~by~Ord. No. 13-2003;~4-12-2007~by~Ord. No. 6-2007;~5-22-2008~by~Ord. No. 7-2008;~10-1-2009~by~Ord. No. 9-2009;~10-14-2010~by~Ord. No. 13-2010]

A.~Year-round. Except where otherwise prohibited, vehicles shall not be parked on even-numbered sides of streets on odd-numbered days of the month for a twenty-four-hour period commencing at 6:00 p.m. nor on odd-numbered sides of streets on even-numbered days of the month for a twenty-four-hour period commencing at 6:00 p.m.

B.~There shall be a period of time from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., each day, during which time the alternate parking regulations will not be enforced in order to allow vehicles a reasonable period of time to be legally parked. This provision shall not apply to any emergency occurrences or situations.

C.~Exceptions to year-round alternate side parking.
[Added~12-15-2011~by~Ord. No. 11-2011]
Havens Avenue
North Hunter Avenue
South Hunter Avenue


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Use the button below to visit the Parking section of the City of Auburn's website for more information about parking in Auburn.

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